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He left home as a teenager, finding work as a printer's devil in Cleveland. In , he moved to Washington, D. By , he had become a financial columnist for the New York Evening Post. In , at 38, he became the executive editor of the New-York Tribune. In , he became the principal writer on economic issues for the Saturday Evening Post , a position he held until Garrett's most-read work is The People's Pottage , which consists of three essays.